What Is OLED

Definitions of OLED on the Web:

image thumb11 What Is OLED

    • organic light-emitting diode: a self-luminous diode (it glows when an electrical field is applied to the electrodes) that does not require backlighting or diffusers
    • a light-emitting diode (LED) that generates light in a film of organic compounds. A significant benefit of OLED displays over traditional liquid crystal displays (LCD’s) is that OLED’s do not require a backlight to function. …
    • oleds – Organic Light Emitting Diodes are components used in a new type of viewing screen [display]. Can be viewed in bright lighting conditions, at greater angles, unlike LCD’s. Beginning to be used in digital cameras.
    • oleds – are LEDs that contain organic compounds in light emitting and/or carrier-transporting medium. Typical structures of mono- and multilayered OLEDs are shown on the scheme below. …
    • OLEDs are based on organic (carbon-based) materials. In contrast to LEDs, which contain small point sources, OLEDs are made in sheets that provide a diffuse area light source. OLED technology is developing rapidly, but is still some years away from becoming a practical general illumination source.

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